Some history on Alfrick in the county of Worcestershire
"On Monday afternoon Andrew Phillips , a waggoner, employed by Messrs. Notley Bros., of Bridges Stone Mills, Alfrick,
in charge of two horses and a waggon containing two and half tons of corn, was knocked down by a shaft of the vehicle, and the poor fellow falling front of the wheels
the waggon passed over his chest. He was carried home at once and attended by Dr. Greensill, upon whose orders he was removed to the Worcester Infirmary on Tuesday
afternoon. He now lies there suffering from severe internal injuries, but hopes are entertained of his recovery."
"Run Over By A Loaded Waggon"
Worcester Chronicle : April 12th 1902 Page 5
"Two youths named Smith and Taylor, of 76, Lyde Green and 60, Lyde Green, Cradley, were riding on one bicycle together at Alfrick yesterday,
when they ran into a bridge at the bottom of a hill and were thrown from the machine. Both were injured. Smith seriously, and were removed to Worcester Infirmary."
Birmingham Daily Gazette : September 17th 1928 Page 5